Our current exhibition is not one to be missed. Island to Inland gives ‘mainlanders’ a glance into island life from the perspective of ten Kangaroo Island artists.
The August exhibition at the Moonta Gallery of the Arts features SALA in conjunction with NYP Art Group. The theme is Sunlight and Shadows. See photo for all details.
Moonta Uniting Church
Flower Competition – Entertainment – Trading Tables.
Guest Speaker: Mrs Janet Woodward representing Frontier Services.The Fair starts at 2 pm
Our Annual General Meeting will be held at the Moonta Town Hall Supper room on Wednesday 12th September at 7.30pm Community members, including business owners are encouraged to attend and be a part of 'Your Moonta'. Would you like to join Progress's committee? Contact via this page, talk to a Progress member, or just come along and put your hand up. Light supper provided after the meeting.
Moonta will celebrate the centenary of the World War 1 armistice by holding a memorial service, a community parade and a festival in Queen Square.
We are looking for groups and individuals to take part in the parade and party.
Floats for the parade can be anything military, circa 1918 or just fun.
Make use of your Kernerwek Lowender costumes.
Moonta held a similar parade in 1915 to raise money for the war effort and this event is in part a re-enactment of that parade.
The event is being hosted by Moonta RSL Sub-branch and Moonta & District Progress Assoc.
If you want to be involved, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Time: 5:30pm Location: George St Moonta and around Queen Square The pageant will be followed by Christmas markets and concert in Queen Square. Bring a seat to watch the pageant , have some tea, then sit comfortably for the concert.
Town Hall, Henry Street entry 10:00 am -12 noon